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The Creation of the Zulu Kingdom, 1815-1828

by Elizabeth A. Eldredge

This scholarly account traces the emergence of the Zulu Kingdom in South Africa in the early nineteenth century, under the rule of the ambitious and iconic King Shaka. In contrast to recent literary analyses of myths of Shaka, this book uses the richness of Zulu oral traditions and a comprehensive body of written sources to provide a compelling narrative and analysis of the events and people of the era of Shaka's rule. The oral traditions portray Shaka as rewarding courage and loyalty and punishing failure;

Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview

by Michael W. Goheen Albert M. Wolters

In this brief and straightforward examination of Christians' basic beliefs, Albert M. Wolters spells out the structure of a reformational worldview and its significance for those who seek to follow the Scriptures. Wolters begins by defining the nature and scope of a worldview, distinguishing it from philosophy or theology, and noting that the Christian community has advanced a variety of worldviews. He then outlines a Reformed analysis of the three fundamental turning points in human history -- Creation, the Fall, and Redemption -- concluding that while the Fall might reach into every corner of the world, Christians are called to participate in Christ's redemption of all creation.

Creation: Remarkable Evidence of God's Design

by Grant R. Jeffrey

This book explores the powerful new evidence discovered in the last few decades by scientific research in astronomy, the nature of the atom and DNA. These discoveries have caused a revolution in the world view of thousands of scientists as they were confronted with compelling new evidence that our universe must have been created by a Supernatural Mind. Grant Jeffrey's latest book, Creation, will challenge readers with fascinating new information that confirms the Bible's claim that "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth". Content Includes:·Deep space reveals mysteries of the first moments of creation·Wonders of the universe point to a Supernatural Creator·A revolution in our understanding of the universe's beginning·Astonishing evidence of the universe's intelligent design·Remarkable discoveries about the nature of the atom·The collapse of the Theory of Evolution ·DNA- The language of God·Modern science discovers GodFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

Creationists

by E. L. Doctorow

E. L. Doctorow is acclaimed internationally for such novels as Ragtime, Billy Bathgate, and The March. Now here are Doctorow's rich, revelatory essays on the nature of imaginative thought. In Creationists, Doctorow considers creativity in its many forms: from the literary (Melville and Mark Twain) to the comic (Harpo Marx) to the cosmic (Genesis and Einstein). As he wrestles with the subjects that have teased and fired his own imagination, Doctorow affirms the idea that "we know by what we create."Just what is Melville doing in Moby-Dick? And how did The Adventures of Tom Sawyer impel Mark Twain to radically rewrite what we know as Huckleberry Finn? Can we ever trust what novelists say about their own work? How could Franz Kafka have written a book called Amerika without ever leaving Europe? In posing such questions, Doctorow grapples with literary creation not as a critic or as a scholar-but as one working writer frankly contemplating the work of another. It's a perspective that affords him both protean grace and profound insight. Among the essays collected here are Doctorow's musings on the very different Spanish Civil War novels of Ernest Hemingway and André Malraux; a candid assessment of Edgar Allan Poe as our "greatest bad writer"; a bracing analysis of the story of Genesis in which God figures as the most complex and riveting character. Whether he is considering how Harpo Marx opened our eyes to surrealism, the haunting photos with which the late German writer W. G. Sebald illustrated his texts, or the innovations of such literary icons as Heinrich von Kleist, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Sinclair Lewis, Doctorow is unfailingly generous, shrewd, attentive, surprising, and precise.In examining the creative works of different times and disciplines, Doctorow also reveals the source and nature of his own artistry. Rich in aphorism and anecdote, steeped in history and psychology, informed by a lifetime of reading and writing, Creationists opens a magnificent window into one of the great creative minds of our time.From the Hardcover edition.

The Creationists

by Ronald M. Numbers

Numbers' examination of the English-speaking Christians, primarily North American, who believe that there was no life on earth before Eden--less than ten thousand years ago--with an emphasis on how persons and parties have used "science" and "pseudoscience" to further their ends.

Creations of Fire: Chemistry's Lively History from Alchemy to the Atomic Age

by Cathy Cobb Harold Goldwhite

In this fascinating history, Cathy Cobb and Harold Goldwhite celebrate not only chemistry's theories and breakthroughs but also the provocative times and personalities that shaped this amazing science and brought it to life. Throughout the book, the reader will meet the hedonists and swindlers, monks and heretics, and men and women laboring in garages and over kitchen sinks who expanded our understanding of the elements and discovered such new substances as plastic, rubber, and aspirin. Creations of Fire expands our vision of the meaning of chemistry and reveals the oddballs and academics who have helped shape our world.

Creations of Fire: Chemistry's Lively History from Alchemy to the Atomic Age

by Cathy Cobb Harold Goldwhite

Chemical technology has fostered the development of civilizations, altered the course of wars, generated the industrial revolution, and created the petroleum products and plastics that fuel the modern world. This history of chemistry from its most ancient beginnings celebrates theories and breakthroughs through the 20th century, and also looks at the alchemists, swindlers, monks, heretics, kitchen-table inventors and giants of the scientific world. An introduction for lay readers as well as professional chemists. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc. , Portland, Or.

Creative Activities For Kids

by Cynthia Kingston

Leisure time can be a time of joy. This book is packed with fun-filled ideas to spend time. There are loads of interesting and meaningful activities to keep kids engaged for hours. You will find, games, crafts, groups activities and lots more. The activities are designed to develop creativity, skills and personality. Keep busy with these activities and banish boredom! These ideas aim not only to keep the child occupied but also to help him/her find the joys of discovering new things, learning skills, building relationships and exercising creativity.

Creative Activities for the Early Years

by Stella M. Skinner

'An excellent resource for all those working with young children... jam-packed with exciting, inspirational activities that encourage young children to nurture their creativity and imagination while helping practitioners to facilitate what children do naturally... It is a book that celebrates and encourages original thought and action to support learning through exploration and investigation, recognising that creativity is about representing one's own image and not reproducing someone else's' - Early Years Educator '[I]nspirational... This book is easy to read, refreshing and exciting, and I would recommend it to all those working with young children. It is also useful for students, clearly articulating the reasons for providing well-organised child-initiated creative opportunities rather than adult-directed activities' - Nursery World It is an interesting and informative manual aimed at those who work with children in the 3-5 years age range, and is therefore most suited to anyone in a Pre-School or Day Nursery setting, and could also be valuable to a Reception Teacher...over all, I found this to be a very useful book'. - National Childminding Association Packed full of exciting ideas and powerful visual aids, this book will help those working with young children to encourage and nurture their creativity and imagination. The book takes examples of what has worked in an early years setting, and transfers these inspirational activities onto the page. The book includes: " practical activities in Art, Dance and Music and ideas on how to link them together; " advice on how to make the most of music, lighting, space and nursery resources; " showing how the work supports the Foundation Stage Curriculum; " ideas for cross-curricular work; " suggestions for recording children's progress; " advice on how to choose materials, and a list of specialist suppliers. Everyone involved in working with young children should read this book. Nursery practitioners, early years teachers, Sure Start workers, play workers and Children's Centre staff will find it an invaluable resource. It is also useful for specialist staff in hospitals and other areas of health. For resources, useful hints and tips, and samlpe materials, visit the companion website here!

Creative Activities For Young Children (Tenth Edition)

by Mary Mayesky

CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, 10th Edition, is a terrific book filled with fun, creative, and easy-to implement activities for young children. You'll be encouraged to exercise your own creativity, as well as learn how to help young children do the same. Hundreds of activities, up-to-date research, recipes, finger plays, information on how to select children's books, and more make this book an invaluable resource for you and others planning to work creatively with children across the curriculum--and one you'll want to keep for use throughout your professional career.

Creative Approaches to Teaching Grammar

by Nick Hall Martin Illingworth

Creative Approaches to Teaching Grammar is an easily accessible, practical guide full of ideas to support teachers in making the learning of grammar a natural part of developing their students as writers and as readers. Written for those teaching years 5,6,7 and 8, the authors' approach concentrates on the individual needs of students rather than of a year group as a whole. Split into two main sections, the first looks at creative ways of exploring grammar and includes more than forty ideas that can be implemented into the classroom. This section can be used as a quick resource or the whole sequence can be followed to ensure students are investigating, exploring and having fun with grammar. The second section includes an extensive glossary of terms to develop a full understanding of grammar which can be used to audit your own competences and highlight areas for further development. Creative ideas explored include: Being silly with grammar Favourite words Exploding sentences Writing for real audiences New punctuation marks and emoticons Sorting out confusing words Broadening active vocabulary Top ten spelling tips Flexing your vocabulary brain Redundancy in language Creative Approaches to Teaching Grammar is a truly practical guide that is a must read for anyone teaching grammar to years 5,6,7 and 8. With plenty of ideas to implement into the classroom it encourages students to take ownership of their own learning and progress.

The Creative Art of Living, Dying, and Renewal

by Elise Dirlam Ching Kaleo Ching

Tapping the tremendous healing power of Qigong and the expressive arts, this beautiful book invites the reader to contemplate the continuum of living, dying, and renewal within this life and beyond. The stories, Qigong meditations, and journaling/art processes, including collage and maskmaking, are invitations for you to engage them for your own healing, transformation, and wisdom. Authors, artists, healers, and teachers of Qigong and art, Elise and Kaleo Ching draw on their 23 years of experience working with others on their paths of personal transformation to present an approach to living and dying that is saturated with wisdom, compassion, and understanding. Through their work, the authors have witnessed many personal journeys of dying, transformation, rebirth--facing terminal illness or loss of a loved one, letting go of old lifestyles and embracing new, connecting with past lives and future dreams. The stories and processes in this book will inspire a wide range of people interested in using Qigong practices and meditations, journaling, and art for self-cultivation, mindfulness, spiritual awareness, and healing: artists, clergy, spiritual seekers, psychotherapists, hypnotherapists, social workers, chaplains, hospice workers, teachers, students and practitioners of transformative, shamanic, and healing arts.From the Trade Paperback edition.g Reflection Questions: Chris' Story / Conversation with Chris / Journaling Reflection Questions: Transformation and Your Life's Purpose / Guided Journey: Your Inner Sanctuary and Guide / Journaling and Art: Your Inner Sanctuary and Guide / Jessica: Courting Death / Reflections on Jessica's Story / Journaling Reflection Questions: Jessica's Story / Conversation with Jessica / Journaling Reflection Questions: Your Experience of Suicide / Journaling and Art: The Dance of Death and Life / Journaling Reflection Questions: Your Experience of Past Lives / Journaling and Art: Your Personal Chain of Being / Journaling and Art: Your Spiritual AutobiographyPart Two: Creativity and Your Pilgrimage. Why Create Art? / Kaleo: Aysel / Kaleo: Jean-Paul / Journaling: You and Creativity / Journaling: Creativity and Your Lineage / Death and Rebirth Cycles in Life / Elise: Teekkona / Journaling: Your Recent Experience of Loss / Journaling and Art: Your Death/Rebirth Map / Life/Death Guided Journey and Collage / Guided Journey and Collage 1: Your Life Review / Guided Journey and Collage 2: Looking over the Threshold / Sacred Awareness Guided Journey and Collage / Guided Journey and Collage: Your Mandala of Sacred Awareness / Your Personal Oracle Cards / Guided Journey and Collage: Your Personal Oracle / Journaling and Collage: What Is Dying and What Is Being Born in You Today? / Journaling and Art: Your Oracle Card Vessel / Your Changing Face / Guided Journey and Art: Your Changing Face / Selected Bibliography / Books / Films / The Authors / Illustrations / Bea: Song of the Heart / Elizabeth: Mask of My Father / Transition / Tomoko: Dialogue with Self / Rashidah: Spirit MaskFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

The Creative Artist's Legal Guide

by Bill Seiter Ellen Seiter

In today's complex media environment, aspiring filmmakers and new media artists are as vulnerable as swimmers in shark-infested waters. This user-friendly guide supplies creative artists with the essential legal concepts needed to swim safely with lawyers, agents, executives, and other experts in intellectual property and business law. How do I copyright my screenplay? How can I clear rights for my film project? What can I do to avoid legal trouble when I produce my mockumentary? How do I ascertain whether a vintage novel is in the public domain? Is the trademark I've invented for my production company available? What about copyright and trademark rights overseas? If I upload my film to YouTube, do I give up any rights? Bill Seiter and Ellen Seiter answer these questions and countless others while also demystifying the fundamental principles of intellectual property. Clear and thorough, this plain-spoken and practical guide is essential for anyone seeking to navigate the rapidly changing media environment of today.

Creative Arts and Play Therapy for Attachment Problems

by Cathy A. Malchiodi David A. Crenshaw

This book vividly shows how creative arts and play therapy can help children recover from experiences of disrupted or insecure attachment. Leading practitioners explore the impact of early relationship difficulties on children's emotions and behavior. Rich case material brings to life a range of therapeutic approaches that utilize art, music, movement, drama, creative writing, and play. The volume covers ways to address attachment issues with individuals of different ages, as well as their caregivers. Chapters clearly explain the various techniques and present applications for specific populations, including complex trauma survivors.

Creative Aspects of Indian English

by Shantinath K. Desai

A collection of papers presented at a National Seminar focusing on the Indian writers' problems, characteristics of Indian English writing and problems of translation of Indian literature into English.

Creative Awakenings: Envisioning the Life of Your Dreams through Art

by Sheri Gaynor

Utilize your creativity to manifest your personal intention. Work in the spirit of the laws of attraction to visualize the life of your dreams. Follow the journey of twelve artists, each who will set a personal dream or intention. Witness the process that each artist takes, as they create a mixed-media piece that sows the seeds of their intention. Step-by-step techniques for a variety of mixed-media processes accompany each piece of finished art. Read about how their lives changed as a result and learn how to set intentions of your own using the bonus tear-out "dream-prompt" cards.

Creative Bible Lessons In Genesis

by Hoon Kim

Creative Bible Lessons in Genesis is designed to connect the digital student, living in a world where truth is experiential and relationships are wireless, to an everlasting God whose image and faithfulness echoes in both his ancient people and today's high-schooler.

Creative Bible Lessons in Job

by Doug Ranck

â Why does God allow suffering?â We all know that there are no easy answers to that question. But as you take the book and story of Job piece by piece, you'll be able to guide students toward a better understanding of this God who can be so difficult to comprehend. Creative Bible Lessons in Job gives you the tools to teach the tough lessons of Job in an easy, interactive way.

Creative Black and White

by Harold Davis

Learn how breaking photographic rules can result in stunning black-and-white photosBlack-and-white photography poses unique challenges; without color to guide the eye, contrast, lighting, and composition take on even more importance. Renowned photographer Harold Davis explains these elements and demonstrates the basic rules of black and white photography as well as when and how to break them. He breaks through the complexity of this photographic medium, explores opportunities for black-and-white imagery, and shows how to capitalize on every one.Richly illustrated with the author's own images, this beautiful guide presents the skills needed for great black-and-white photos while encouraging your confidence and creativity.Goes beyond basics to teach photographers how to conquer the challenges posed by black-and-white photographyAppeals to professionals and serious amateurs who are interested in exploring creative black-and-white imageryPresents photography fundamentals and shows how black and white requires some of the rules to be bentEncourages creative thinking and confidenceLavishly illustrated with Harold Davis's outstanding monochromatic photosWhether you're a professional just venturing into black and white or a serious amateur, Creative Black & White will both educate and inspire you.

Creative Bookbinding

by Pauline Johnson

"Unusually well done and informative." -- Lafayette (Indiana) Journal & CourierA book bound by hand can be a work of art in a way that machine-bound books can never be. And in this comprehensive, profusely illustrated guide to hand bookbinding, a noted expert in the field explains the techniques needed to create your own choice specimens of the binder's art. Directed especially toward beginners, Creative Bookbinding shows how this ancient craft offers a satisfying hobby and rewarding aesthetic experience -- even for those with little previous knowledge of the craft. As Pauline Johnson states in the Preface: "Even with a limited background of knowledge [the craftsperson] can experience a great deal of enjoyment in binding his own books and building up a distinctive personal library of which he can be proud. Each product can be an artistic creation to be cherished."Detailed illustrated instructions for achieving such beautiful hand-crafted volumes are presented here in a readable, informal, and easy-to-follow format. After a brief history of printing and binding, the author provides an in-depth discussion of book design -- the proportion and size of books, the parts of a book, materials, tools, and equipment needed for book construction ( a list of supply sources is included), and more. Working procedures are clearly explained, progressing from binding simple folders, notepads, folios, pamphlets, and magazines to full-size sewn books with bindings of cloth and leather. You'll also find an indispensable chapter on the preservation and repair of valuable or irreplaceable volumes.Over 600 photographs and diagrams explain and clarify each step of each process, as well as depicting an abundance of beautiful bindings, both ancient and modern. With this book as a guide, bookbinders at all skill levels can strive to achieve similar magnificent results.

Creative Breakthroughs in Therapy

by Jon Kottler Jeffrey A. Carlson

An invitation to observe and achieve transformative breakthroughs in the therapeutic experience Creative Breakthroughs in Therapy: Tales of Transformation and Astonishment brings together nineteen of the world's most prominent and creative therapists and researchers, taking professionals inside each contributor's creative innovations in theory and technique. Designed for all therapists who wish to communicate their therapeutic messages creatively and effectively, authors Jeffrey Kottler and Jon Carlson invite you to be inspired from the observations of your peers and consider how these approaches might be applied to your own work. Drawn from real-life cases, contributors share stories of their most creative breakthroughs, demonstrating out-of-the-box thinking that freed them to create alternative ways of meeting their clients? needs. Creative Breakthroughs in Therapy: Tales of Transformation and Astonishment will motivate you to experiment as an agent of change, exploring new, creative ways to make a difference in people's lives, with wisdom from some of the world?s foremost authorities including: Stephen Lankton, Bradford Keeney, Sam Gladding, Steve Madigan, Michael Yapko, Scott Miller, Jeff Zeig, Judy Jordan, Robert Neimeyer, Laura Brown, Bill O'Hanlon, Cloe Madanes, Len Sperry, Fred Bemak, Nancy McWilliams, Nick Cummings and Alfonso Montuori The stories in this book represent seminal cases in which eminent practitioners in therapy and related fields express their own unique voices as clinicians. The book focuses on what led each clinician to a creative breakthrough and identifies the common variables-across all the stories-that might promote innovation in the future. Their experiences will inspire every therapist to discover their own creative path.

The Creative Business Guide to Marketing: Selling and Branding Design, Advertising, Interactive, and Editorial Services

by Cameron S. Foote

The go-to guide on how to market a creative organization, why it is important, and what techniques work. Marketing influences the success of creative services businesses more than any other issue: bad luck, insufficient funding, difficult clients, and weak employees all pale by comparison. Old standbys--word of mouth, referrals, and occasional promotions--are inadequate in today's competitive environment. Whether focused on design, advertising, interactive, editorial, or public relations, all creatives need this know-how book for marketing their business.

The Creative Business Guide to Running a Graphic Design Business (Revised)

by Cameron S. Foote

The go-to guide for graphic designers who want to run their own shop and improve their bottom line. First published in 2001, The Creative Business Guide to Running a Graphic Design Business set long-needed standards as the first comprehensive management manual for the graphic design industry. Now brought up-to-date, it describes current, best-practice procedures for firms of all sizes operating in an industry that is both fast-evolving and increasingly competitive.

Creative Cakes Anyone Can Make

by Jill Foster

Jill Foster makes cake decorating as easy as writing your name. With her unique write-way method, if you can write your name you can decorate a cake. Anyone can make beautiful homemade cakes like the ones seen in magazines. This full-color, illustrated book offers tools, tips, and creative ideas for all sorts of holidays, including birthdays for all ages, religious events, baby showers, bridal showers, and weddings.

Creative Cakes Anyone Can Make

by Jill Foster

Jill Foster makes cake decorating as easy as writing your name. With her unique write-way method, if you can write your name you can decorate a cake. Anyone can make beautiful homemade cakes like the ones seen in magazines. This full-color, illustrated book offers tools, tips, and creative ideas for all sorts of holidays, including birthdays for all ages, religious events, baby showers, bridal showers, and weddings.

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